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Chapter 7 is often known as the “fresh start” bankruptcy meaning that your unsecured debt will usually be wiped away. Examples of unsecured debt include car loans and housing loans, medical bills, pay day loans, credit cards and other related debt. If you are suffering under the weight of unmanageable debt, Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be able to provide you with much-needed relief. However, there are other types of debt that cannot be wiped away such as student loans, child support, alimony, unpaid taxes, debts incurred due to fraud, and joint debts that were assumed in a property settlement or divorce judgment.
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Chapter 7 Keep
Your 401K, IRA
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Chapter 7 Stop
Credit Card Bills
Shutoff Utility Notices
The Bankruptcy Process
How does the bankruptcy process go?
The Chapter 7 bankruptcy process takes approximately 3-4 months until you receive your final discharge, however, the process is not complicated.
The Initial Consultation - FREE
If you are considering chapter 7 bankruptcy in Michigan, the first step is to schedule your free consultation with one of our attorneys. We will meet with you to discuss your current financial situation and your financial goals. When we determine the best course of action, you will be advised as to which form of bankruptcy we recommend for your individual circumstances.
Hiring Our Law firm
Once you decided to hire our law firm, will gather information from you regarding your income, assets, creditors, etc, in order to prepare the bankruptcy schedules. It’s important to know that prior to filing for bankruptcy, you must receive credit counseling through an approved credit counseling agency, and we will give you all information to do it. It is easy.
File your petition with the bankruptcy court.
We will file your petition with court, then we provide copy of tax returns to Trustee. When you receive your Meeting of Creditors Notice from the court providing you with the date of your Meeting of Creditors and the name of your Trustee, you should mail a copy of your last two tax returns and all assets documents to the Trustee. The Meeting of Creditors is usually 30 days after your petition is filed with the court. The Trustee may request additional items from you such as bank statements, divorce decree, auto titles, etc.
Attend the Meeting of Creditors.
This meeting typically lasts 5 - 10 minutes, where you meet with your assigned Trustee and answer questions regarding your case. After this meeting, you will typically receive your final discharge in 60 days.
At Advanta Law, we offer free consultations on Chapter 7. At no charge to you, we’ll provide you with:
Analysis of Your Financial Situation
Understanding of Your Legal Options
Preliminary Plan for Your Highest Benefit
Alternatives for Avoiding Bankruptcy
Preparation to Start Immediately If You Decide
Contact Us for a Free Initial Consultation
If you have questions regarding Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Michigan, schedule an initial consultation with our attorney. We have reasonable fees and easy payment plans. Call us at 1-877-471-4049 toll free or contact us online anytime to get started today.
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If your creditors are threatening foreclosure, repossession, wage garnishment or any other debt collection measures, you have options. Depending on the facts of your case, filing for bankruptcy may be a first step toward obtaining debt relief and making a fresh start.
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